[cap-talk] Capabilities and Freedom vs. Safety
marcus.brinkmann at ruhr-uni-bochum.de
Mon Jul 23 14:05:31 EDT 2007
At Mon, 23 Jul 2007 18:44:15 +0200,
Pierre THIERRY <nowhere.man at levallois.eu.org> wrote:
> Scribit Marcus Brinkmann dies 23/07/2007 hora 10:05:
> > Labels and publishers have no interest in the user's security, but all
> > interest in controlling dissemination of this data. It follows that
> > they will only provide the data to software that implements their
> > interests.
> We have empirical evidence of the contrary.
Any other major example except for the EMI on iTunes test balloon?
Clearly I was over-generalizing. If you want, add "unless forced
otherwise" to the above paragraph. Howeverl such forcing arrangements
are extremely fragile and usually do not lead to major policy shifts.
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